Govt | Est. 1911 | Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
King George's Medical University, is a medical school, hospital and medical university located in Lucknow which is the most populous state of India. The medical school was upgraded into a medical university by an act passed by Government of Uttar Pradesh on 16 September 2002. The University has capacity for 1250 undergraduates students (including 280 dental students) and 450 postgraduate students. The King George Medical College is a Government run institution which was established in the Year 1911. The College is now affiliated to King Georges Medical University, Lucknow and recognized by Govt. of India and the National Medical Commission (NMC). It has an annual intake of 250 seats in MBBS, 272 seats in 27 disciplines of Post-Graduate studies and 56 seats in 13 disciplines of Super- Specialization studies.
The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) has ranked the university 32 among universities in India in 2020 and 5th in 2018, 10 among medical colleges and 50 overall. It was ranked sixth among medical colleges in India in 2019 by Outlook India and 7th by The Week. The College has a very notable alumni and has an exhaustive list of people who have received awards of highest honours like: Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan, Padmashri, B.C.Roy Award, Hewett awards and numerous student awards. National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has given KGMU 'A' grade certification. This certification will remain valid from May 2017 to May 2022. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India has shortlisted KGMU among the probable list of 'Institute of Eminence'. As of 2019, the university has 14 affiliated medical colleges, seven nursing colleges and one paramedical college.
The University campus is spread over an area of 7 sq., Km. with more than 50 buildings. There are 2105 hostel rooms, 550 faculty positions, 700 resident doctors and in all 5000 employees. This Prestigious Government University has approximately 5300 undergraduate/Post graduate students. The University is well-connected by Road, Rail and Aerial routes. Originally, the main administrative building, called the Administrative Block and the Anatomy and Physiology buildings were built in the early 20th century. As the institution grew, more and more departments were created in new buildings. Therefore the campus really consists of a conglomeration of buildings housing the various departments, which came up over a period of 100 years as and when the need was felt. There are separate buildings for Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Cardiology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery, Rheumatology, Geriatric Mental Health, Surgical Oncology, Chest Medicine, Pathology, Pharmacology, Anaesthesiology, Opthalmology, Urology and Community Medicine. Cardiothoracic Surgery is presently in the Chest Medicine building, Microbiology along with Pathology and Biochemistry along with Physiology.
Beside the main building a new Administrative Building has come up recently and houses the Registrar's Office, Finance Office, Examination Cell, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Cells, computer centre etc. On the right side of the main Administrative Block lies the Central Library and adjoining Ranvaxy Centre The original hospital attached to the college was known as King George Hospital and was commissioned in 1914. This building presently houses the Public Relations Office, the Superintendent's Office, Head Cashier's Office, Matron's Office, stores, Emergency Pathology Labs and the Departments of Otorhinolarygology, Orthopedic Surgery, Radiodiagnosis and Radiotherapy, besides general and private wards of surgical specialities. The Gandhi Ward is a 3 storied building housing the medical wards. Next to the Ophthalmic Block, a New Ophthalmic Block has come up.
A new Surgical Emergency & Trauma Centre was built on Shahmina Road and started functioning in January 2004. The centre serves as the primary reception for all surgical and medical emergencies and provides all diagnostic and treatment facilities under one roof. Other departments across the Shahmina Road are Queen Mary's Hospital (Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology), Psychiatry Department, Department of Geriatric Mental Health, Cardiology Department (Lari Cardiology Centre) and the Dental Hospital . The Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation. There are several hostels interspersed with the department buildings. Trans Gomti hostel for boys with multi-storeyed faculty residence Warden's residence in Khadra, across the Gomti. The huge playground of Sardar Patel Hostel at the intersection of Shahmina Road and MG Road has been divided to accommodate the ambitious Scientific Convention Centre. The center was inaugurated on 19 th December 2004 has been taken over by the university. Phase II of the center now houses a 1000 capacity state of art hall.
The classes are held in Kalam center is a building with the best of the state of the art modern infrastructure. There are well-ventilated air-conditioned huge classrooms amongst which 23 have AV aids and another 23 are lecture rooms. There are 2 museum rooms, One Tele-medicine room. There are 10 separate hostel for boys and girls. The Central library is spread in 4012.11 Sq. Mtrs and has a collection of 39353 books, 28180 bound volumes, 2681 Book Bank, 3207 Thesis and 1088 CD’s till March 2018 (as per holding shown on KOHA-Library Management Software) and the Central Library Subscribed 180 print-Journals, 993 e-journals, 4108 e-books, 52157 video’s and 3836137 image’s for the year of 2018. Library has been automated with ‘KOHA’ (Library Management Software). The Atal Bihari Vajpayee Convention Centre has a floor area of 200,000 sq feet. The dome measures 52.5 metres. It has 3 halls of 200, 400 and 1400 seating capacity, 2 banquet halls, 2 exhibition galleries, an open air theatre, a general library, an audiovisual library, rehearsal rooms, a foyer area below the dome and connecting corridors. All are fully air conditioned. There are 8 lifts, including a capsule lift from which historical buildings of Lucknow can be seen.
The Teaching Hospital
The Gandhi Memorial & Associated Hospitals of KGMU has over 4500 functional beds with over 4500 patients admitted at any given time, with on an average 10,000 new patient attending the OPD every day. The annual OPD attendance is 500,000 the average number of new cases seen being 300,000 and old cases 200,000. The competencies and capabilities are utilized to the fullest in order to serve the droves of patients flocking in, incessantly, with greater expectations, every day. More than 15 lac patients visit this Tertiary Care Centre, with 1,00,000 indoor admissions, in a year's time. The new Emergency Complex & Trauma Centre having a covered area of over 1 lac sq. ft., was inaugurated on 24th December 2003. There are 150 beds and 10 operation theatres (5 major and 5 minor) for general surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery, plastic surgery and gastointestinal surgery. Twelve ambulances are commissioned to transport patients within the campus, totally free of cost. All types of emergency and medico-legal cases are attended to and admitted if neccessary. The centre has all investigative facilities including CT scan, Ultrasound, X-ray, Mobile X-ray and Portable Ultrasound, Pathology and Biochemistry Labs having autoanalysers. Except for Cardiology, Psychiatry and Obstetrics & Gynecology, emergency admissions to all departments are now made through this Centre. Average number of cases seen daily are 110 and average number of admissions through this centre daily are 70. There are two Centenary Hospitals namely Phase-1 and Phase-2 having all the ultra-modern facilities to treat patients including of Transplantation procedures.
|Number of Seats in Post-Graduation and Super-Specialization|
|Radio-Diagnosis||4||Ophthalmology||8||PSM||10||Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery||4|
|Obstetrics & Gynaecology||30||ENT||5||Forensic Medicine||1||Urology/Genito-Urinary Surgery||6|
|General Medicine||15||General Surgery||15||Pharmacology||16||Anatomy||11||Cardio Vascular and thoracic Surgery||2|
|Pulmonary Medicine||8||Endocrine Surgery||2|
|Immuno Haematology & Blood Transfusion||3||DM|
|Hospital Administration||2||Geriatric Mental Health||3|
|Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation||4||Rheumatology||5|
King George's Medical University,
Shah Mina Rd, Chowk, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226003
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